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Rise in UAE water demand leads to boom for private wastewater concessionaire Vol 19, Issue 4 (April 2018)
One of the region’s most groundbreaking concessions is set to double in size, courtesy of its first expansion since being signed in 2004. Growing sales of treated sewage effluent will play a key role for concessionaire Tanqia.
Tom Scotney looks at the surprise impact of Abu Dhabi’s utility restructuring – and why the private sector shouldn’t be downbeat.
The emirate’s water and power bodies are being brought under one umbrella. While the centralised approach will allow it to create a strategy for its changing energy mix, the removal of an independent regulator may raise some eyebrows.
Desalination and aquifer recharge combine as Abu Dhabi spends big on water resilience Vol 19, Issue 1 (January 2018)
Abu Dhabi is planning to lean on a groundbreaking new desert aquifer storage and recharge system to manage peaks of water demand in the emirate. Desalination building continues apace, however, with a newly launched project set to break records for membrane desal.
The fact that utilities are looking beyond supply-side solutions is not necessarily bad for contractors, says Tom Scotney.
Israel Chemicals has completed the sale of its 50% stake in desalination specialist IDE Technologies for $167 million.
The Sharjah utility is looking at options for a privately financed facility at Hamriyah. It will have to overcome bankability worries to make progress.
A combination of tariff rises and increased levels of reuse have curbed growth in demand since the end of the regional financial crisis.
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